A death threat, another death threat, a snowy forecast, morning headlines

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We might be looking at another snowy Spokane winter. - DANIEL WALTERS PHOTO
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  • We might be looking at another snowy Spokane winter.

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Dry Fly, you fools
Dry Fly, the distiller of some of my favorite whiskey, is celebrating their 10th anniversary today. There will be drinking involved.

An A to Zika
InHealth: The Zika virus could be used to treat brain cancer — exactly the sort of crazy rogue medical treatment that Dr. Gregory House would use if he were still practicing medicine.

To catch a threatener
A Lake City High School student was arrested for making threats against other students on social media while posing with a gun.


IN OTHER NEWS

A racist with a gun

A 66-year-old black man in Spokane grew up in the South in the Jim Crow era. But it was this week, in Spokane, when a racist is accused to pressing a gun against his nose and threatening to kill him. (Spokesman-Review)

Here we snow again
Weather patterns indicate that this winter might be another snow-packed doozy. (Spokesman-Review)

Ozzie's ambition

Despite his increasing tendency to weigh in on politics in the city of Spokane, County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich maintains he's not looking to run for mayor. (Spokesman-Review)

Pulling the rug out from under Obamacare
Certain Obamacare subsidies were already in legal jeopardy. But President Trump's decision to scrap subsidies for low-income people could put the law in serious danger. (New York Times)

Flag team
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke has his staff fly a special little flag whenever he's in the building. (Washington Post)

Iran contrarianism
Trump hasn't killed the Iran nuclear deal yet — but he's trying to make it easier for himself to do so in the future. (The Atlantic)